Ryan Little

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Ryan Little
Born (1971-03-28) March 28, 1971 (age 43)
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Occupation Film director, producer, cinematographer
Years active 1999–present

Ryan Little (born March 28, 1971) is a film director, cinematographer and producer. He was born in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada and attended Brigham Young University.

Awards and nominations[edit]

  • Won, 2006, Heartland Film Festival's Crystal Heart Award for independent filmmakers, for Outlaw Trail: The Treasure of Butch Cassidy
  • Won, 2003, Viewer's Choice Award for Best Feature Film (Saints and Soldiers)
  • Won, 2003, Feature Film Winner for Saints and Soldiers (shared with Adam Abel)
  • Won, 2004, Best Feature for Saints and Soldiers
  • Won, 2003, Audience Award for Saints and Soldiers
  • Won, 2003, Audience Award for Best Feature (Saints and Soldiers)
  • Won, 2003, Audience Award for Saints and Soldiers
  • Won, 2003, Best Narrative Feature for Saints and Soldiers
  • Won, 2003, Audience Award for Favorite Feature – Drama (Saints and Soldiers)
  • Won, 2003, Audience Award for Feature Film (Saints and Soldiers)
  • Nominated, 2005, Independent Spirit Award for Best First Feature (Saints and Soldiers; shared with Adam Abel)
  • Nominated, 2005, Independent Spirit Award for Best Cinematography (Saints and Soldiers)
  • Won, 1999, Jimmy Stewart Crystal Heart Memorial Award for The Last Good War
  • Won, 2003, Grand Prize for Dramatic Feature for Saints and Soldiers (shared with Adam Abel)
  • Won, 2003, Crystal Heart Award for Saints and Soldiers (shared with Adam Abel)
  • Won, 2003, Jury Award for Best of the Fest (Saints and Soldiers)
  • Won, 2003, Jury Award for Best Picture (Saints and Soldiers)
  • Won, 2003, Audience Award for Saints and Soldiers
  • Won, 2003, Audience Award for Best Feature Film (Saints and Soldiers)
  • Won, 1999, Student Emmy for Best Dramatic Film (The Last Good War)

Credits[edit]

Directing[edit]

Producing[edit]

Cinematography[edit]

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